The Five Stages Of Finals Week
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The Five Stages Of Finals Week

I like to stay in denial.

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The Five Stages Of Finals Week
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As if Dead Week isn't enough, Finals Week is here! Time for endless coffee and RedBull, multiple all-nighters in the library, and streaming tears.You may be familiar with the Five Stages of Grief (which will be fitting for our final grades), but for now, the Five Stages of Finals will have to do:

1. Denial

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Um, finals? What are those?

2. Anger

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This is the most BS thing I have ever done in my life.

3. Bargaining

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I will go to church for the next month if I can get some A's up in here. Amen.

4. Depression

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*Sobbing uncontrollably, probably in a public place*

5. Acceptance

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I'll just take the L this semester. Well, um, five L's.

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